Vote on your favourite low-rise design – poll

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Choices, choices ... who knew strata schemes could look so different?

As promised in this week’s podcast, here are a few samples of the kind of thing we might be seeing in terrace, duplex and town house developments as the NSW State Architect compiles its “pattern book” for medium density strata schemes.

The schemes featured here are: The Abbey, Cronulla (Architect: AJH+); Biara Street, Chester Hill (Kennedy Associates Architects) and Darlington Brickworks (Architect: Glyde Bautovich).

The links to two of the specific projects explain a lot more about the thinking behind the designs.

The Abbey, Cronulla, Pic: Tom Ferguson

Darlington Brickworks. Pic: Brett Boardman

Biara Street Chester Hill. Pic: Evan Maclean

So which one would you not mind seeing at the end of your street.  Click on the arrows or dots to see the other images then take your pick in our latest not even slightly scientific poll.

Which of these low-density strata schemes would be OK in your street?

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    Jimmy-T
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      As promised in this week’s podcast, here are a few samples of the kind of thing we might be seeing in terrace, duplex and town house developments as t
      [See the full post at: Vote on your favourite low-rise design – poll]

      The opinions offered in these Forum posts and replies are not intended to be taken as legal advice. Readers with serious issues should consult experienced strata lawyers.
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      Arnie
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        Happy to vote, but would prefer more information. The pretty pictures always look good, but the substance is way more important, especially when the current NSW state government is focused only on quantity (which, granted, is a genuine issue) rather than quality (which, if done well, will light the way for solving the quantity issue, now and forever more).

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        Jimmy-T
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          It was like pulling teeth even getting these pictures out of the state architect’s office.  I’ll have a look and see if I can link to the individual architects’ web pages

          The opinions offered in these Forum posts and replies are not intended to be taken as legal advice. Readers with serious issues should consult experienced strata lawyers.
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